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authorized to help out from the government. is to be our president be ourers -- these would resident privateers. >> that is a great festival. overall i think the weather will be ok. we have a touch of cloud cover out there. 52 at the airport. 51 in parkton. right now the wind is coming out of the east. the wind was shift back to the south. the clouds will start to break up after the wind shifts. you can see some breaks in the clouds. the further we go into the day, more sunshine will break through the clouds. some rain around st. louis and indianapolis. wish to be just fine today. a mixture of sun and clouds. a labatt warmer. high temperatures in the upper 60's and low 70's. sunrise at 6:27. a 30% chance for rain tomorrow. upper 70's by the end of the week. sunday looks ok. we'll start in the 30's. >> the baltimore orioles will honor matthew hersl with a moment of silence. they say ist a man responsible for the accidents. johnny johnson was taken into custody. police say he was high on drugs when they hit and killed matthew hersl near city hall. >> we're deeply hurting very badly ove
buying if you don't own any, because you need something to offset the printing presses of the governments around the world, and you need the insurance of gold for a catastrophe in common stocks, but given the decline after the catastrophe in boston, it did not do the job. and precious metal has a place in the portfolio, because of the anti-paper characteristic, and if you don't own any, it is a good time to own it, as gold coins will hold up against the general etf, and we have seen that hammered. some people don't view it as a alternative to the dollar or the yen or the euro for that matter. they see gold as a way to quick make money and trade it. but i don't want to trade it. the trade would be to trade it down to smaller, but more important when it comes the gold, there is serious irrationality for it. gold has been up for 12 years, straight, and during periods of inflation and deflation. and now it is just off of the october highs and going from the bull market to the bear market. gold has been a winner over time, and meaning that the precious metal has come down and borrowed money an
by the government to help them out in their naval resources. they were called privateers. >> all hands on deck. thank you, ava. weather-wise, yesterday we had some drizzle. 51 in parkton. 53 in rock hall. it will be warmer today than yesterday. the key to the forecast this morning is the wind direction. we have a marine layer hanging around. we have a low cloud deck hanging over maryland. this cloud deck should break up a little bit. we are watching a front company across the midwest at the present time. storms around st. louis and indianapolis. we will not see any precipitation today. warmer than yesterday with highs in the upper 60's and low 70's. again tomorrow with a chance for some rain showers. a better chance for some rain on friday night and saturday morning. the rest of the weekend will be fine but a little bit cooler. >> the vice president is expected to visit baltimore today. the extra security around nation's capital. tracie potts has more on how washington is responding. >> compress observing a moment of silence for boston's victims. intelligence officials brief lawmakers on what
of event would be considered a soft target compared to an airport or major government building because of how large it is and how many people would attend it would certainly be more difficult to protect than a building or something of that nature. >> that was nbc's chris hansen reporting. >>> the boston marathon holds special meaning for some runners from newtown, connecticut. the number 26 marked the victims. the marathon was supposed to be a healing event but now she says it's violence has instead opened up old wounds. >>> emergency calls reveal more this morning about the panic in boston right after those explosions, first responders didn't know what to expect, how many people were actually injured and were more explosions on the way? >> as you know many casualties, just be careful of a secondary device. this is serious. we have serious injuries. >> all companies be very careful of secondary devices. we have very serious injuries. careful of secondary device. very serious injuries. >>> reaction to monday's bombings spread well beyond our borders. we'll have more on that. plus the ve
government to help boston recover from yesterday. i ask for your patience and your understanding as we continue to pursue leads, to gather evidence and to get to the bottom of who did this and why. thank you. >> good morning, my name is ed dave i have hadson, police commissioner for the city of boston. we are in the process of securing and processing the most complex crime scene we've dealt with in the history of our department. we are doing that under the direction of the fbi and in partnership with the atf. we secured the perimeter with members of the national guard and the general is here. i'd like to thank the people who are working closely with us. we received offers of assistance from chicago, los angeles, units have responded here from new york city and baltimore, and we are working closely with all of our partners on this complex investigation. i want to stress that the area around the crime scene which was yesterday was 15 blocks has been reduced to about 12 blocks at this point in time, and we will continue to collapse that crime scene as the facts and circumstances make that
events and workplaces and government offices because that's always the response that we need to have and unfortunately, it's going to be a fixed part of our lives i think forevermore. >> there's no question at time like these people are looking and remembering some of the terrible moments in our history, of course people think of 9/11, and that feeling of vulnerability but as you mentioned, tom, it's much too soon to know what the nature of this attack is. >> that's exactly the case. take oklahoma city, for example, which happened in 1995. we knew that that was a well defined terrorist attack, carried out by timothy mcveigh and his accomplices who were determined to bring down the federal government if they possibly could. you have to remember that 168 people were killed in oklahoma city. i was just there last week. i saw the memorial again, it's a very somber but beautiful place and everyone i talked to in oklahoma city said the residual effect of that bombing was it made the city more compassionate. it united people in a way that they could not have anticipated at the time and iron
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